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Yoga For Pelvic Floor  |  Yoga With Adriene


– Hey everyone and
welcome to Yoga With Adriene. I’m Adriene and this is
Benji and today we have an awesome yoga
for the pelvic floor. So this is a great practice for
anyone that’s wanting to explore this part of the body
and how it can serve you both on and off the mat. This is kind of a clinic
style practice so explore, have fun and
find what feels good. Let’s get started. (gentle music) Okay my friends, let’s begin
today’s practice seated so come on down to the ground. As always, take
your time getting there. How you move
matters starting now. And always but just using
this time and this space to be reminded of that so
moving gently and with love. And when you get down to
the ground and you’re ready, we’re gonna start by sitting up
nice and tall and just taking a moment to tune in to the breath. And today we’re gonna really
breathe into the belly so go ahead and bring your
hands right to the lower belly. And as you’re ready,
taking a nice big breath in and emptying it out. Thanks for being here,
for sharing your time with me. Start to
breathe a little deeper, a little more
fully but don’t push it. So we’ll kind of work our
way towards a more conscious pranayama technique. But to start just
notice where you are and let it unfold nice and slow so it should feel good
to take this time for yourself to breathe a little
deeper and more fully. So allow basically. Slowly using the breath as a tool to arrive here in the present moment so that you can
really learn from your practice today and hopefully feel good when you step up off the mat and in to the rest of
your day or your evening. If you want set a little
intention for this time and this experience. And then on your next inhale,
really see if you can send that breath down, down, down
towards the base of the spine, towards that pelvic floor. So if you notice and if you’re
new to the practice and you’re breathing really, really up in
the shoulders know that that’s normal, that’s a wonderful place
to start but just check in and really this is a
great reminder for everyone. If you’re breathing up here, see if you can
use today’s practice to really practice
that directional breath. So we’re breathing
down, down, down, down in towards the diaphragm, all the way down
towards that pelvic floor. Awesome and then we’ll slowly
let that go and just keep that moving throughout the
practice best you can. We’re gonna adjust the legs here
to begin bringing the left heel in and then slowly, use your
fingertips to guide you here, we’re gonna bring
the right heel around. So we’re coming into what I’ve
been known to call cheerleader pose
or shape but whatever. It’s one heel in and one heel
out so we have two different rotations going
on here in the hips. And you might find that your
right glute is coming way up here and that’s okay.
Totally normal. Use that directional downward
breath to slowly create more space, more space, more space
and in time that right glute will come on to the ground. Should feel
really snuggily and good. Of course as always if
you feel any pain at all, that goes for this whole
practice and any time on or off the mat, pause,
take a deep breath, take a step back and reassess. Alright,
protect the knee joints, we’re just gonna
spread the toes just a bit. Something light and easy here. And then when
you’re ready, inhale, reach the fingertips up high. Stretch through
your side body here. Nice and long. And then exhale, you’re
gonna twist to the left. Right fingertips come to the
outer edge of the left leg and left fingertips come
to the earth behind you. So we’re essentially
accentuating this rotation in the right hip. Now, pelvic floor, close your
eyes and send your breath down and you’re gonna
slowly inhale, lift up from the pelvic floor as
you breathe down. So we have two
opposing actions going on here. And so this practice
is about strengthening, stabilizing and softening
the pelvic floor all at once. We’re gonna do it in different
tiers but it’s as much about that as it is about your brain. Connecting brain
and breath and body so just allow for it to unfold. Focus on the experience,
not the doing or the mastering
and all will be well. So we’re here in this twist. Awesome for the spine,
of course. But you’re gonna close your eyes
just so you can visualize this hammock at the
base of the spine, this muscle hammock. And best you can, breathe into
you belly while you lift up from the pelvic floor which will
allow you to maybe journey a little bit deeper
into the twist. Great, release that, come back
to center and we’re just gonna practice the same thing.
So here we go. Breathing, inhaling, seeing if
you can activate this twist from the pelvic floor
lifting up, lifting up. Lower belly engages when you do. And of course,
at the very least, we’re just breathing deep,
warming up through the spine. Great, release,
come back to center. We’re gonna do
that one more time. Try to again initiate this
twist from the pelvic floor, whatever that means to you. So close your eyes, feel it out. And you might find on this last
round how when we engage the pelvic floor we have more
range of motion in the hip, connection to the core
and then in the spine as well. Awesome, then
we’ll slowly release, come back to center. You can use your fingertips
to guide you as you switch. Right heel comes in,
left heel goes out. Just take a second to
feel the sensations in the hip sockets on this side. And then when you’re ready
send the fingertips up high. Think about lengthening from the
side waist to the shoulder and then the shoulder to the elbow
and then the elbow to the wrist and the wrist up
through the fingertips. So big stretch here, inhale. Exhale, keep that
length as you slowly journey over towards the right. Opening up the chest, left
fingertips to the outer edge of your right leg now and
right fingertips kissing the earth behind you. Okay, so we’ve done it on one
side so you might be able to accent or activate a little bit
quicker on this side but just close your eyes and
feel it out, maybe not. Inhaling, breathing in to
all four sides of the torso. And again, using that exhale to
lift up from the pelvic floor and maybe journey a
little more into your twist. Close your eyes. Imagine that just soft hammock
of the pelvic floor lifting up. And then gently release and
see if you can really soften everything here.
Just take a break. And then we’ll go again. Lift your chest,
take a deep breath in. Send breath all the way down
into your belly and then we’ll draw the pelvic floor up. Lower belly comes in.
As you exhale, twist. And see if you can
really initiate that twist from the pelvic floor. Should feel
really good in the spine. Keep breathing. And then release back
to center, soften, let it go. And one more time, here we go. From the pelvic floor
traveling up past the navel, up through the thoracic,
past the heart space. Nice, long beautiful neck. Breathe deep. See if you can find a
little more of a twist. Don’t push though, just check
in and activating from the base. Sweet and then slowly releasing. Coming back to center. Great. We’re gonna bring
both feet together here, soles of the feet
together for Cobbler’s Pose. So just opening up the hips for a little vinyasa
we’re about to do. Interlace the fingertips.
Bring ’em to the toes. Find that opposition here so
that the tops of the thighs, so these nice, heavy quad
muscles and then the heavy femur or the thigh bones draw down as you lift up
from the pelvic floor. And then maybe you just imagine what many of us know or can learn about if you’re not in
the know, a Kegel here. It’s a gentle squeeze and really
more than a squeeze you want to think of it as a
lift from pelvic floor. You might close your eyes here just to try to activate
that a little more. And then just to warm up the
lower back we’re gonna bend the elbows left to right,
send the heart space forward, and then tuck chin to chest,
round through. Find what feels good here, let
the weight of the head hang. Shoulders can soften
and we breathe deep here. Opening up through the hips, the backs of the legs, lower back to
mid-back and then again, careful you’re not
holding in the head, the neck, let go. Take one more
cycle of breath here. Really breathe
down in to your belly. Feel your breath. And then use the exhale to
press down through the bum and slowly roll back up.
Awesome work. Okay, now we’re gonna
come to lie flat on the back. Any little movement that feels
good when you get there you can take it right away. Depending on where
you are in your body, any other activities or workouts that you’ve been doing
or not been doing. So just take a couple
moments here on your back to find what feels good.
Get situated. Great and then when you’re ready
bring both feet to the ground. Knees up towards the sky. And you’re gonna bring your
hands up and we’re gonna bring the index fingers together and
the thumbs together to create this diamond shape. And you can kind of look at this
shape with your eyes and this is kind of the shape we’re
gonna imagine the pelvic floor. And if you were to draw a
line in-between your fingers, between this shape, horizontally, you would end up
with two triangles. One at the top
and one at the bottom. And you’re gonna imagine that
you have these two triangles, this diamond shape right at the base of the spine, pelvic floor. And on the
membership we’ll get into this, talk a little more in detail but
I want this video to kind of be useful for everyone. Men and women and all different
ages so we’ll keep just a nice foundation going today but we’re
gonna get into more Mula Bandha on the membership soon. But just to give you a little
visual and then that’s the visual you’re gonna place
right at the pelvic floor. And then bring your hands
to your belly and start that downward
directional breath again. See if you can breathe all the
way down through the belly and into the pelvic floor. And then as you exhale, see
if you can isolate those two triangles and
draw up just a bit. Again, you can think of a Kegel
and rather than a squeezing in, think about a lift
up towards your head. And then I encourage you to
close your eyes and it doesn’t have to be a big move here but we’re actually just getting
the brain connected. The neuromuscular
connection going. Just try a couple
lifts and you might even, if you’re familiar with Mula
Bandha be able to isolate that top triangle and that bottom
triangle and if you’re not there today, don’t worry about it. One of the ways we think of
the top triangle and the bottom triangle though is one is you
can imagine kind of holding or squeezing in the same way that
you would like a stream of pee. And then the
back triangle is like when you’re trying
to hold in gas. Oh yeah, we’re
going there today. Pee pee and farts all day. Okay, so that’s
just a little taste. We’ll go a little more in depth
on the membership and for now I want us to
get into a practice. Couple more moments
here to just close your eyes. It really helps to close
your eyes and draw up and in. Yogi’s choice
whether you don’t wanna, whether or not you
want to try to isolate the top and the bottom. Otherwise, just think of
that triangle kind of drawing, hugging up and in. Think of a napkin, like
a cloth napkin in a bowl. And when those muscles are
relaxed it’s soft in the bowl. And then when you squeeze and
lift we’re kind of pulling up the corners of the napkin,
pulling up that cloth. So now we’re gonna start to
accentuate that a little more. In case you’re like,
“I have no idea what I’m doing “but I’m with you Adriene,”
we’re gonna accentuate that by inhaling, lifting the
lower back up so you can put your hands
underneath your back. You might even try. And then exhaling, you’re
gonna draw the navel down, lift up from the pelvic floor. Lift that hammock up and rotate so lower back comes
flush with the mat. Great, then slowly release. Inhale, tailbone rocks down,
lower back peels up. Just soften everything,
relax everything. Super important
to relax in-between. And then exhale,
curl the tailbone up. Think about lifting though
from the pelvic floor so we’re not
just rocking the bones. We squeeze and squeeze and you
should feel the lower abdominal muscles especially engage. And again, releasing everything. Softening through
the bowl of the pelvis. Lots of space
between the lower back. And one more time, again, rather
than just moving the joints, let the pelvic floor initiate. It begins to lift up. Lower back becomes flush with
the mat and then once you get here this time
you’re gonna hold here. So core is engaged. Pelvic floor is
lifting up and in. You start to naturally press
into your foundation within the feet a little more and then
we’re just gonna keep that going as we slowly peel the hip
points up towards the sky. Knees and shins shift forward. Don’t think
about doing the pose, think about initiating
this from pelvic floor. So lots of work there. You got it.
Breathing deep. Lift, lift, lift. Chin to chest. Excuse me, chest to
chin and then chin to sky. Good and then slowly lower down. Keep the pelvic floor engaged
until the last possible moment. And then let it all go. One more time, just like that. Starting with the pelvic floor. You’re gonna be able to use
this from now on every time you come to Bridge Pose. Draw it in.
Navel goes down. Play. Slow lift, nice and slow. Pelvic floor lifting in all the
way up towards your heart space. Slow lift, shins forward. Chest to chin. Chin to sky. Breathing here,
don’t forget your breath. Sweet and then on your exhale,
slow and steady lowering down. Pelvic floor hammock is the
last thing to release here. Woo, awesome.
Great, walk the feet together. Slowly open the
knees and just relax. Everything, let it go. Interlace the fingertips.
Bring ’em behind the head. You’re gonna extend the thumbs
and just massage the neck here. Opening up
through the armpit chest. Close your eyes. Practice
relaxing everything here. Take spa like breaths,
deep and full. Should feel really good. Mmmm. Awesome. Now, here we go again. You can keep the
arms where they are. If it’s not comfortable
for you in the shoulders, you can just release, hands, palms on the earth
gently at your sides. Otherwise, option
to keep elbows wide. We’re gonna inhale in. Exhale, draw the knees
together, lift the pelvic floor. Squeeze and lift.
Come up. Great, open out. Soften everything. Knees come together.
Squeeze and lift, come up. Now we’re gonna add a
lift of the hips here. So we’re calling
this Cobbler Bridges. So open the knees wide. We’re gonna kinda
integrate the Bridge Pose now. As you lift up, lift the hips,
knees come together. Great, slow and steady, release. Knees wide, Cobbler’s Pose. Relax everything. Ready? Here we go. Pelvic floor engages. Knees come together. We find our feet and lift up. Pelvic floor, lifting,
lifting, lifting, lifting. And then slow and steady. Lowering the hips,
opening the knees wide, softening through pelvic floor. Slow adnd steady,
getting the hang of it. No rush Here we go.
Pelvic floor lifts. Find that Kegel. Knees come together,
find your feet, lift and squeeze. Slowly lower, and open. Now keep this going here. If you want a little more,
you’re gonna slowly lift the shins so that they’re
up towards the sky and you’re just gonna
do this in the air. So you open here, and
then squeeze and lift here. Open here. Squeeze and lift here. So remember, lower back should be flush with the
mat for both variations. And you know your body. One just activates
the core a little more. You’re having to hold
the weight of your legs up. You don’t have the foundation
of your feet on the ground. And we’re gonna keep going here
for a while so once you get the hang of it, once you find the
variation that suits you today, maybe you soften your gaze. Just look past your nose here. Or close your eyes so you can really find
that subtle sensation of the pelvic floor
lifting and engaging and then relaxing and softening. Once you get the hang of it,
see if you can accentuate the squeeze and the lift even more
and then also accentuate the soften, the letting go. As you accentuate
the squeeze and lift, notice how the abdominal wall,
that midline really engages. And wherever you are,
let’s do three more. Sweet, after your third one,
hug the knees into the chest. Take your time. Find a little
movement that feels good here. Then hold on to your right knee. Send your left leg out long.
Take a deep breath in. And then exhale,
take your right knee over towards the
left side of your mat. Open up through your right arm. Find your Supine Twist here. Turn over on to the right ear. Close your eyes
again and breathe down, down, down into your belly. Really active
breath here, my friends. Great, on your
next couple of exhales find that Kegel, that lift. And then slowly release. Come back to center, hug
both knees into the chest. And then when you’re ready,
keep the left knee hugging in, send the right leg out long. We’ll do the same
thing on the other side. So big breath in. Exhale to come into that twist. Opening up
through the left side. Coming on to the left ear. And then start with
just an active breath. Close your eyes
or soften your gaze. Really send your mind’s eye to that diamond
shape as you breathe in. And out. Big active breath. Stretching the
skin of your rib cage, your back body, your belly. And then again, for your next
two rounds see if you can close your eyes and on that exhale
practice your Kegel, your lift. Fabulous, then slowly
come back to center. Hug both knees
up into the chest. You’re gonna slide the hands
to the backs of the thighs and you’re gonna slowly rock up and
down the length of your spine. Get a little massage here. Should feel really good. And then you’re
gonna connect to your core. Find that Mula Bandha and use it to rock all the way forward
into a Froggy Pose. So I’m gonna give you different
variations here but you can start in Froggy.
So heels lifted. Obviously, we’re
stretching through the foot, through the inner thigh here. Just take a couple deep breaths. Hands can come to the earth. And then, right away,
we’re gonna start to engage the pelvic floor. So lifting up from
that diamond shape. You can even take it again,
index finger and thumb, to try to imagine lifting up. And as you begin
to activate this, particularly with practice and
as we start to open up and gain more flexibility, you’re gonna
notice that by engaging this root block, Mula Bandha, you actually are able to find, just like we did in
the cheerleader twist, more mobility, more rotation,
more space. Which of course will
help us in our postures. Allows us to find balance and concentration in some
of the more difficult poses. So we’re here. Maybe we start to bring up our
hands together at the heart. And if Malasana, deep yogic
squat or a variation of that is in your practice, you can now
start to lower the heels and play with that here. If neither one of
these are available to you, you can come into a Puppy Posture or
maybe you’re dealing with something’s in
healing around the pelvic floor. Then you can come to a
Puppy Posture and work here. Pulling up. So I have a couple
different variations. Breathing deep. You should hear the
sound of your breath here. Lifting up, engaging, noticing
how the gentle lifting up of that pelvic floor
engages the lower belly, the abdominal wall
all the way through. Keep it going. Nice, long beautiful neck,
travel all the way up to the crown of the head. Take one
more deep breath and then slowly release. Nice and slow, really mindful. We’re gonna come to all fours. Bring the knees right
underneath the hip points. We’re gonna stabilize here. So wrists
underneath the shoulders, knees directly
underneath the hips. Great. Curl the toes under. Press away from your yoga mat.
Hovering Table. Now, if you’ve done
this a million times, or it just doesn’t matter, everyone engage from
the pelvic floor here. Let that be what lifts you up. So here we go. Inhale in, exhale, we
lift up from the pelvic floor. Core engages, we feel that
cinching together or lower belly and upper abs and then
maybe the knees hover here. Breathing deep,
keep soft in the face. Upper arm bones rotating out.
Lots of space. Breathe, breathe, breathe. Awesome then slowly lower,
walk the knees together. Send the hips back just a
breath or two here in Balasana. Send the fingertips back,
forehead to the earth. See if you can relax
and soften everything. Inhale in. Relax and soften
as you breathe out. Awesome work. Send the fingertips forward. Slowly make your
way back up to Table. Then when you’re ready, curl
the toes under and you’re gonna slowly peel the tail
up to Downward Facing Dog. So we’re gonna put this into
play in a shape that we come to a lot, of course, in practice. So claw through
the fingertips here. Pedal out your dog just because. Stretching out through the legs. Melting your heart back. Hugging the lower ribs in. And then once you
feel a little warm here, we’re gonna
bring our mind’s eye, our awareness, our attention to, again, pelvic floor.
Base of the spine. So turn your toes in just a hair
so you feel that inner rotation of the thigh bone,
the hip socket. And if you’re a
little tight today, you can keep
your knees bent here. Great, keep clawing
through the fingertips. Now inhale in through the nose and exhale draw
the pelvic floor up and in. Breathe out through your mouth. You’ll feel your
abs turn on again. Soften and relax everything. Let’s try again. Inhale in. Exhale, blow it out as if you’re
blowing birthday cake candles out and you feel
your pelvic floor engage. If you don’t feel it
right away, it’s all good. Inhale in again. And exhale out
through the mouth. Pelvic floor lifts up. You might find more range of
motion as you start to get the hang of this.
Inhale in again. And exhale. Lower belly tones here. This is what helps us get up
into those upside-down poses. Let’s try one more. Let’s make this
one a Lion’s Breath. Inhale in through the nose. Exhale, pelvic floor lifts,
tongue out. Great work, slowly
lower to the knees. Nice, nice. We’re gonna swing
the legs to one side. Roll through the wrists
as much as you need here and we’re gonna
come back to flat back. Right away, find your
feet on the earth this time. Hands come to the belly,
the lower belly. Inahle in, returning
to that low back flush to the mat connection. Lifting pelvic floor engaging. And then from here,
we’re gonna lift the knees just over the hips here. Now you want to make sure your lower back
is nice and engaged. Great, then nice and slow, we’re
gonna lower both toes down and then use that
connection of pelvic floor to lift the toes up. If this is too
much for you today, you’re simply gonna keep your
feet on the ground and do one leg at a time and
practice from the pelvic floor. So we have all different levels. You might find that this is the
beginning of a reactivation of your relationship with your
core and so you might start with these one leg lifts. Lifting pelvic floor up
and then softening everything and then in time, maybe a
couple months from now, you’ll work your way to lifting
both up at the same time. So once you feel like you have
the hang of this little dance, again see if you can really
accentuate the squeeze and lift of the pelvic floor. Close your eyes,
connecting brain to body and then same thing, see if
you can accentuate really relax in-between. So if you’re moving too
fast you’re not gonna be able to do those things. You’re not going to be
able to experiment or explore. Hands on the belly,
particularly lower belly, help you feel and notice that
when you lift and squeeze that becomes engaged as
well to support you. And then you can also check to
make sure with the hands on the belly that you’re
softening everything in-between, taking a beat
and then re-engaging. Keep it goin’,
you’re doing awesome. Make sure you’re breathing deep. And then if
you’re alternating legs, go ahead and
even it out right now. And if you’re doing both legs,
let’s do three more. Count ’em out. Take your time. Awesome work.
Great work. We’re gonna bring the
knees back to the chest, right away hands come to the
backs of the thighs and we’re gonna rock all the way back up. Rock as many times as
feels awesome for you. And we’re gonna rock
all the way up into a nice, comfortable seat
back where we started. Okay, so ending with
Kapalabhati Pranayama technique. Sometimes known
as breath of fire. Super awesome for bringing a
little energy to the body but also for
practicing this awareness, this relationship to
pelvic floor engagement, to Mula Bandha,
and to the lower belly. This area of the body. Alright, as you’re
ready sit up nice and tall. And we’re gonna bring
both hands back to that lower belly, the diaphragm. Breathe deep,
directional breath down. As you breathe in you should
feel your hands move and expand. And as you breathe out,
they’re gonna draw in, in, in towards the spine. Inhale. Nice and slow here first. Now engage pelvic
floor as your navel draws in. Inhale, expand and soften. And exhale, draw up and in. And again, rather than thinking
about squeezing that pelvic floor hammock, think
about it lifting up and in. When you’re ready
we’re gonna speed this up. Short, sharp exhales is the name
of the game for Kapalabhati. In through the nose,
out through the nose. We’ll just go for
a little bit here. Just a little taste.
If you want more, there’s a whole
video on this breath. It’s also called Skull Shining
Breath which I think is really cool and yeah, you can practice
it any time when you just want to get a little practice in. Okay, here we go,
take a deep breath in. Take a long
breath out for nothing. (sighs) And let’s begin. (sharp breathing) Once you get the hang of it,
close your eyes. Again, go inward. See if you can
engage pelvic floor on that sharp, short exhale. See if you can keep
your shoulders relaxed. Chest nice and open. Soft, easy in the face. (sharp breathing) Keep it going,
just a few more. Toning the abdominal wall. Doing your best. If you get off track,
just come right back to it. Seeing if we can engage
pelvic floor in this Pranayama. It is difficult.
It takes practice. (sharp breathing) And then take a deep breath in, awesome work. And allow the hands to
rest gently on the knees as you exhale out. Ah. One more nice refreshing
breath just like that. Big inhale. Soften and relax everything. So dogs really
love Kapalabhati Breath. I always love when we’re doing
the 30 day journeys that people chime in saying that their pup
really liked Kapalabhati and Benji does too, right buddy? Alright, from here you can
stay in your meditation pose. Take a couple
moments to yourself. Longer, inhaling lots of love in
and exhaling lots of love out. If you have the time you can
come on to your back now here and take a proper Shavasana. I think both are important for
a moment or two just to allow everything to soften and relax and allow the brain to have that experience with
your body as well. So I’m gonna come
on to flat back but you can stay upright
in meditation. Whichever shape you
have chosen, close your eyes, take a deep breath in
and then use your exhale to relax everything. If you’re lying down, let the weight of your
body melt into the earth. Soften through the pelvic floor. And then everyone just
give thanks for your journey, for this practice. Take what you need always and simply leave behind
anything you don’t need. Thank you so much for sharing
your time and your energy with me, with Benji and with this
beautiful community. Please share this
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think might benefit from this practice or from
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free yoga for everyone from us. And from my heart to your’s,
let’s draw the palms together. Thumbs to third eye. Namaste. (gentle music)

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  2. This one was challenging. I wasn't too sure if I was entirely engaged but I'm sure with time and practise my pelvic floor muscles will strengthen! Thanks adriene!

  3. Adriene, I have been loving your videos. I am new to yoga and learning so much with you! I'm so excited to try this video. I have endometriosis and doctor has suggested pelvic floor therapy so this is great for me! I've been currently struggling with my pain so I'm hoping to do some restorative practices and start this soon! Thanks for all you do and being such a great, encouraging teacher!

  4. This is just what I needed to repair from a little bladder surgery. Namaste Adrienne, for all that you do. I actually joined the membership this past January and I am Loving the programs 😊💕

  5. Hello everybody! Adriene like a true magician makes my needs met and satisfied! I've been expecting this set designed exactly for a pelvic floor for months – and it's here! So many thanks, such a sincere gratitude for the workout!It's perfect and very efficient. The best to a charming, higly professional Adriene! Tatiana, Russia

  6. I just can't keep silent, and this is my second comment. I have been through this set 4 times so far, and every time I adds efficiency to the practice, becuause it needs time to do everything correctly and feel every muscle involved. Onle now I have found that hidden source of problems in my musckes around the low back. they reveals themselves during the first exercise, but only when i start doing it putting mind in each move and breath. So many thanks!!! Yhe best to Adriene and everybody dear to her heart.
    Russia, Tatiana,

  7. Hi again Adriene! Thank you for this practice today, I really loved this flow! I have two dogs and they definitely perked up when I started my fire breath lol, I almost lost composure when I opened my eyes for a moment and saw Benji react the same time my puppers did. This flow really made my day 🙂 Thank you, namaste. 💞

  8. hi adriene, all the kegel instructions I have read say that the lower abdomen and buttocks shouldn't be squeezed but im not really sure how to do that… when i lift up my lowers abs automatically stiffen, is that still a kegel?

  9. I have been following your practice four evenings now, and they are all such a nice way to end my day and decompress, regardless of the specific focus of the videos. I have been struggling with my sleep for the last month – walking up at 4am, but still exhausted. Doing this yoga practice has really improved my sleep quality such that I am no longer waking up too early!

  10. Thank you for this. My body needed this practice but more importantly, my mind was not feeling okay and I needed this to centre me and help me find peace within myself.

  11. I am in physical therapy for my abdominal separation and weak pelvic floor after VBAC delivery. This is so lovely to bring those exercises and yoga together. It's a wonderful way for me to focus on both as breath is a huge part of strengthening my pelvic floor. Thank you!

  12. Hi, is this routine meant to be relieve the pc muscles? Or to strengthen it? Please i need to know that, in my condiditon, strengthen is dangerous. I need to relief it..

  13. I just had excision surgery for endometriosis four weeks ago. I have some nerve damage and they recommended pelvic floor therapy. I found this very helpful until I can get in to see a physical therapist! Thanks Adrienne! 🙏🏻

  14. 22 weeks pregnant and this was perfect! Your voice is so calming and I love how you keep things moving along so I don't feel bored!

  15. I was super happy to found this yoga session cause I have a lot of pelvic and tailbone pain lately. However, I was wondering (and maybe it's a really stupid question) how to engage/lift up your pelvic floor? How do you need to do this? I've no clue..

  16. I didn't really understand much of this… the triangle shape or the rest of the explanations… so at least I got a good brain exercise in trying to calm my frustration haha

  17. Thank you so much for this. Feeling so much more in touch with my inner goodness. You rock Adriene ✨🙏🏽✨ sending so much love & gratitude your way.

  18. Thanks so much, this video is helping me connect back to my pelvic floor after having "somewhat" lost contact during childbirth 😀 really helpful explanation with the diamond shape!

  19. I love this!! Just wondering, in the video Adriene mentions talking more about pelvic floor exercises in the subscription, where would that be? I just signed up on her site, but I'm not sure where she talked more about these exercises? Any help would be appreciated!

  20. Enjoyed this a lot. I recently had a baby and have found kegels really boring, and hard to know if I'm doing them correctly. The "lifting" visualization really helped me, plus yoga poses are so much more fun!

  21. Thank you Adrienne! Awesome video and exactly what I need. I am not sure if I am doing it right, but I am imagining it! I think I start to feel my pelvis floor towards the end of the video. I will keep practicing for sure!

  22. I just discovered this pelvic floor video today and it is perfect timing!! I am going to have a laparoscopic hysterectomy in early May and I wanted to get my abdominal muscles strengthened prior to surgery for a easier recovery. Hadn’t occurred to me before today but strenghening the pelvic floor would be extremely beneficial as well for a good recovery. Thank you Adriene for your insightful yoga video themes!!!

  23. Thank You so much Adriene for these practice, really enjoy and I cried while practised bridge pose (I felt my negative past emotion Let go). Dear Adriene, I am from Indonesia and felt difficulted to joined the practiced because of language limitation. Could You give us the English subtitle so I joined your instruction easier. Namaste Love from Indonesia 👩🏻‍💻💓💓

  24. In this class Adriene mentions that there is a more in depth video for the pelvic floor in the membership section. Can you please refer to that video?

  25. Thank you, I am 3 months pp and have a level 1 unterine prolapse and this video has been a huge help to me! ❤❤

  26. Hi Adriene! I have Adenomyosis and my doctor advised me that Yoga is the best exercise. This one really help my pelvic pain and now will do your 30 days of yoga. Thank you so much ❤️for helping people and sharing yoga. I hope you will share yoga for women suffering painful menstruation. 😇

  27. Spot on practise, as always!

    About dogs loving breath of fire: Recently, I have done a lot of research and reading about assistance and support dogs and basically, in their training their natural instincts are simply brought out more. Hence, I imagine the fast breathing would make some dogs 'wonder' if their owner was in distress, so they come close to you to check the smell of your breath to make sure you're okay. Any chemical imbalance (low blood sugar, an oncoming seizure or other physical distress) I imagine they would be able to detect because it's different from the usual smell.
    Benji came up to you, smelled your breath and then laid down behind you. He might have still been a little unsure of what do as he was yawning. Mother nature gave us impressive friends, didn't she?

  28. This helped me soooo much. Thank you Adriene ! I realy had a strong pain in the pelvic floor area and this helped me immediatly.
    <3 <3

  29. Hi Adriene, I’ve been coming to this video everyday for the past 2 weeks and it has helped me tremendously with relaxing my pelvic floor. I just wanted to drop a comment and say thank you for this.

  30. I have been trying to do kegel exercises and have felt like I have not been engaging the muscles properly. I was just squeezing the thighs, and buttocks and not feeling like I was engaging the pelvic floor. Thank you for explaining how to breath in, then on the exhale lift the pelvic floor muscles up. I still need to work on it to feel it properly, but I feel I made progress today.

  31. I’m really having trouble knowing what a Kegel is! Do you squeeze your bottom or flex your inside of your vagina.. I don’t understand

  32. Hi Adrian. I just found out that I have a retroverted uterus. Is there any yoga to help with that condition and make the uterus to its position is it is in any most women?

  33. A focus to my root was needed this lovely morning as our household begins preparations for Dia de Muertos. I noticed on the toe taps, my neck wanted a piece of the action. That was a first to notice! And, of course, my Flash cat loved the fire breathing technique at the end of the video 😊 thank you, Adriene! Love your show.

  34. Hi Adriene. Thanks for your videos, I have improved a lot with your lessons.
    This particular video was hard for me, the volume was too low and I got lost lots of times when you were talking in between the poses. For me was a bit too much talk.
    Maybe it's just my computer that has a very poor sound system (for sure) but maybe the mic has something to contribute to it. It's not the first time I can only hear you when your head is almost touching the ground.
    Keep the nice work. I appreciate the touch you give to the lessons, it has helped me to show up on the mat every day.

  35. I came across this vid trying to cure Anterior Pelvic tilt I've been dealing with for the last year. Very helpful, as are most the videos on the spine. If you find it fitting to create a segment on Pelvic Tilt, I'd appreciate it!

  36. Is this video safe for pregnancy? I'm 32 weeks along and would love to target my pelvic floor a bit before the upcoming birth marathon…!

  37. this was eyeopening for me, I connected in a whole new level to my pelvic floor and could feel a whole new sense of space in my body, in my breath, in my brain and my experience. Thank you Adrienne for all. Love leads the way.
    There is just an infine amount of ways we can get to know our bodies, our selfes and eatch an every little creation. I am so grateful and even more excited. <3 namaste

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